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LANDMANN, George
Historical, Military, and Picturesque Observations on Portugal

illustrated by seventy-five coloured plates, including authentic plans of the siéges and battles fought in the Peninsula during the late war.
Inglaterra, 1818
Londres
Língua: Inglês

 Outras edições:  Londres, 1821, T. Cadell and W. Davies

 Edição 
Volume:In two volumes
Endereço do editor:Strand
Local de edição:Londres
Nome do editor:T. Cadell and W. Davies
Nome do impressor:W. Bulmer and Co.
Endereço da impressão:Cleveland - Row, St. James's
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Cota:H.G. 8414 - 15 A
 Autor 
Autor:LANDMANN, George

 Notas gerais 

DEDICATÓRIA

Esta obra tem a seguinte dedicatória:
"Offerece a Sua Magestade Fidelissima, o Senhor Dom João VI, rey do reyno unido de Portugal, Brazil e Algarves, o seu mui fiel, humilde, e obediente creado, George Landmann, Coronel".

PREFÁCIO

No prefácio diz que foi sua intenção informar o público sobre Portugal, de um modo ora geral, ora pormenorizado. Diz que não foi publicada até ali nenhuma obra em língua inglesa que torne o seu trabalho supérfluo.
O 1º volume contém um relato detalhado dos principais acontecimentos da História de Portugal, desde D. Afonso Henriques até D. João VI; o 2º volume pretende dar o maior número possível de informações úteis para os viajantes e os militares e capazes de entreter o leitor estrangeiro.
Diz que os desenhos que ilustram a sua obra poderiam ter sido melhorados e retocados mas que isso comprometeria a fidelidade de representação da realidade; chama a atenção para o facto de desenhos feitos com intenção de agradar, tendo pouca atenção pela verdade, darem azo muitas vezes a consequências fatais, especialmente nas operações navais e militares.
Diz que não estipula pormenorizadamente a bibliografia de que se serviu para escrever esta obra, mas que foi fazendo citações e apontando nomes sempre que achou necessário.
Pede desculpa pelo atraso verificado na publicação desta obra e explica que foi sua primeira intenção concluir o 1º volume com a Convenção de Sintra mas que, dado o decorrer da guerra e as vitórias alcançadas sobre os franceses, resolveu que o seu trabalho abarcaria também o final daquele conflito.

OS REINOS DE PORTUGAL

* pp. 1-22 - First Reign: Dom Affonso-Henriques
* pp. 23-27 - Second Reign: Sancho I
* pp. 27-30 - Third Reign: Affonso II
* pp. 30-33 - Fourth Reign: Sancho II
* pp. 33-36 - Fifth Reign: Affonso III
* pp. 36-39 - Sixth Reign: Deniz I
* pp. 39-45 - Seventh Reign: Affonso IV
* pp. 45-51 - Eighth Reign: Pedro I
* pp. 51-78 - Ninth Reign: Fernando I
* pp. 78-81 - João, Regent and Protector
* pp. 81-110 - Tenth Reign: João I
* pp. 110-114 - Eleventh Reign: Duarte
* pp. 115-152 - Twelfth Reign: Affonso V
* pp. 153-159 - Thirteenth Reign: Joaõ II
* pp. 159-197 - Fourteenth Reign: Manoel
* pp. 198-253 - Fifteenth Reign: Joaõ III
* pp. 253-272 - Sixteenth Reign: Sebastiaõ
* pp. 272-277 - Seventeenth Reign: Henrique
* pp. 277-288 - Eighteenth Reign: Felipe II of Spain
* pp. 289-299 - Nineteenth Reign: Felipe III of Spain
* pp. 300-326 - Twentieth Reign: Felipe IV of Spain
* pp. 326-344 - Twenty-first Reign: João IV
* pp. 344-377 - Twenty-Second Reign: Affonso VI
* pp. 378-379 - Twenty-third Reign: Pedro II
* pp. 380-392 - Twenty-fourth Reign: João V
* pp. 392 - 439 - Twenty-fifth Reign: José I
* pp. 440-606 - Twenty-Sixth Reign: Maria I
* pp. 606-607 - Twenty Seventh Reign: Joaõ VI.


DIVISÃO DA OBRA
- VOLUME II -

* Chapter I
Arrival of the stranger at the mouth of the river Tejo, or Tagus - The bar - Fort San Juliaõ - The Torre do Bogio - The Torre-Velha de Belém, or Belem Castle; and the debarkation at Lisboa ...................... pp. 1-4

* Chapter II
Situation and geographical advantages of Lisboa; its origin and antient name; its history prior to the siege by Affonso Henriquez - The attempt of the Moors to recapture the Capital; and the siege by Don Juan, King of Castilla ................................................................................................................................. pp. 4-9

* Chapter III
Summary of the events from the siege of Lisboa by Don Juan of Castilla; with some Accounts of the great Earthquake in the year 1755 ................................................................................................. pp. 9-17

* Chapter IV
Sequel of the history of Lisboa, from the Earthquake to the retreat of the French Army from before the Lines of Torres-Vedras and Alhandra, in the year 1811 ............................................................ pp. 17-18

* Chapter V
On the population of Lisboa at various periods; particular description of the City of Lisboa - General Junot orders the dogs to be killed - Description of the rich Altar in the Church of San Roque - The Inquisition - The Opera-House - The naval arsenal - The Royal Exchange - The foundery for Cannon - The statue of Jozé I - The aqueduct - The new streets - The public theatres - Society - Description of the Fidalgos' palaces - An anecdote of Baron Quintella and General Junot - The carriages - The markets - The supplies of fuel and provision - The costumes - The climate of Lisboa; and some remarks on money-matters ........................................................................................................................ pp. 18-26

* Chapter VI
Of the principal roads in Portugal ................................................................................................. pp. 27-36

* Chapter VII
Geographical remarks, and political divisions of the Southern Provinces ................................... pp. 37-39

* Chapter VIII
Some historical observations on the Southern provinces ........................................................... pp. 39-40

* Chapter IX
Departure from Lisboa - The passage-boats - Picturesque scenery - The landing at Moita - Moita - Useful hints - Conveyance from Moita to Setubal - Travelling à l'Anglaise - Road and country to Palmela - Palmela - The Order of Santiago - Picturesque scenery from the Mountain of Palmela - Road from Palmela to Setubal - The Governor of Setubal, and the Estalagem ........................................................... pp. 41-45

* Chapter X
Town and harbour of Setubal - Fortifications - Military observations - Fort San Felipe - The opposite side of the harbour - Deep researches respecting the origin of Setubal, and of its name - Memorandums on the trade - Project of a canal - Cape Espichel - Departure from Setubal by water - Military Observations on the river; communication with Alcaçer do Sal - Picturesque scenery - The Palace of Pinheiro - Game - Salt; and arrival at Alcaçer do Sal ............................................................................................... pp. 45-48

* Chapter XI
Town of Alcaçer do Sal and Moorish Castle; its ancient name; ancient history - Military memorandums on the position and quarters for troops - The adjacent country - Trade - Dominion of the Moors - Unhealthiness of the situation and precautions necessary - Departure and useful hints to the traveller - Road to Porto del Rey - Porto del Rey - The river Sadaõ - Road to Quinta de Dom Rodrigo; and an anecdote related by un bon Galliard ............................................................................................ pp. 49-52

* Chapter XII
Departure from Quinta de Dom Rodrigo - Road to Alfundaõ - Bad water, and nothing to eat - General remarks on the country - The Cistus plant - The Cistus considered in a military point of view - Road from Alfundaõ to Beja - Military Notes - Beja - Its situation and ancient history - Military notes to Beja - The city of Evora - Its ancient history - Its capture by surprise, by Giraldo - The Order of Avis instituted - Antiquities at Evora - The Channel-house - General and Military observations .......................... pp. 53-59

* Chapter XIII
Return to Beja, and Departure for Mertola - The Road and Rivers, with military remarks - The Estalagem-Novo - The Salto de Lobo - The Road from the Estalagem-Novo to Mertola - The great chain of mountains from Cape San Vicente to beyond the Guadiana - Entrance into Mertola, and some military descriptions - Mertola, or Mertolla, described under military and picturesque considerations - Antiquities and historical notes - Rivers and adjacent country - Picturesque scenery on the Oeiras - Picturesque view of Mertola, and preparations for the departure by water .............................................................................. pp. 59-64

* Chapter XIV
Prospects of the voyage - Navigation of the Guadiana - Tides - Horse-path for those who choose to go by land - The river to Alcoutim - Alcoutim, and some description of it, and of San Lucar de Guadiana - Military memorandums - Picturesque description attempted - River to Villa Real - Some remarks on the manners of the people - A jolly boat man, with his narration of an adventure at sea - Villa Real - Its origin - Remarks on the trade - Description of the town - Military notes - The harbour, bar, tides, and anchorage - The opposite side of the harbour, and batteries - Castro Marim, and its communication with Villa Real - Ayamonte, and its military capacity - Some account of a meditated attack on Villa Real in 1808; and instructions to those who are tired of our Company, and wish to go to Cadiz .......... pp. 64-69

* Chapter XV
Departure from Villa-Real - Batteries on the sea-coast - Description of the road, bridges, and country - Tavira, its ancient name, situation, river, description, population, military remarks - Moorish castle - Surrounding country - Walks - Productions - Exports - Resources and climate - Church of Sta. Maria - Society - And Departure for Faro - Road to Faro described - Long leagues, and military notes: arrival at Faro .............................................................................................................................................. pp. 70-73

* Chapter XVI
Faro, its origin - Ancient inscription - Sketch of its history - Its destruction by the English - Situation - Description of the town, and surrounding gardens - Population - Climate - Blind people - Resources - Moorish Fortifications - The Hospital - The Bishop - Tithes - The cemetery - Society - The Exports - Navigation of the port, bar, tides & C. - Picturesque view of Faro - The Islands on the cost - Military advantages - Prevalent winds and current on the coast towards the shore ............................. pp. 73-78

* Chapter XVII
Another road from Lisboa to Faro, the shortest - Separates from the former at Quinta-de-Dom Rodrigo - Road to Figueira dos Cavalheiros - The leagues - Ferreira - Figueira dos Cavalheiros - Road to Aljustrel - Aljustrel, description - Picturesque view - Military notes - The celebrated plains of Ourique - Castro Verde - Military notes - Resources, and position - Campo-de-Ourique - Road to Almadovar - Almadovar passed in silence - Road to Corte Figuera - Description of the great chain of Mountains generalised - San Braz - Arrival at Loulé - Sudden transition of the climate - Alemtejo leagues - Description - A hint - Road to Faro, and departure for Albofeira ................................................................................. pp. 78-84

* Chapter XVIII
Departure for Cadiz instead of Albofeira - Conveyance to that place by sea - First view of Cadiz - Landing at the sea-gate - The custom-house officer - Lodgings and the Governor's order for reception ...................................................................................................................................................... pp. 84-86

* Chapter XIX
Situation of Cadiz - Its distance from the capital, & c. - Some geographical description - The harbours - The Rio-de-Sancti-Petri - Bridge & c. - The city walls - Their condition - Strength, & c. - The reefs of rocks at the western extremity - Sandy beach - Position of the Citadel and of the Castillo-de-San-Sebastian - The Land-Front of Fortifications detailed - El Castillo-de-Sta.-Catalina or Citadel, and El Castillo-de-San-Sebastian detailed - Breach in the walls - The ground on which Cadiz stands - The Government buildings - The General-Hospital - The Mint and Treasury - The Small Arm Manufactory - Steam-engine Flour-Mill, & c.; and the stone of which Cadiz is built, & c. .................................. pp. 86-92

* Chapter XX
Population of Cadiz - The streets, their cleanliness - Houses described - Supply of water - The Furniture - The Mode of Living, breakfast, dinner, merendar, and supper - Spanish Cookery - National Dishes, and an anecdote ............................................................................................................ pp. 93-98

* Chapter XXI
The customs, manners, dress, and amusements of the people of Cadiz - The Calle-ancha - Siesta - The Alameda - The prejudices of fashion - The Plaza San-Antonio - The coffee-houses - Tertullas - Gambling Games - Private parties, dances, concerts, and the freedom of society - Sunday Amusement - The Plaza San Antonio on Sundays - The dress of the gentlemen - That of the Ladies, and their character - Perfumes regarded as ominous - Sea-bathing - Public amusements - The Carnival - Masquerades - The theatre - Bull-fighting Circus - The custom-house, and smuggling - The Drawing Academy - The signal-tower - The ball-alley - Cock-fighting - Gambling-houses - The Old-New Cathedral Church - The markets - The bread - Fuel - Wines - The police, & c. ............................................................... pp. 98-105

* Chapter XXII
Description of the harbours of Cadiz, the anchorage, tides, & c. - The rocks across the entrance of the outer-harbour - The forts erected for the defence of the Harbours, Puntales, Mata-Gorda, Luis, and Sta. Catalina - Their description coast-batteries round the outer-harbour - The Tête-de-Port defending the bridge of Suazo - The Castillo-de-Sancti-Petri - The Castillo-de-San-Fernando; and the field-works constructed by the British troops ............................................................................................ pp. 105-110

* Chapter XXIII
The roads and Country adjacent to Cadiz - The Torre Gorda - The old roman-road - La Isla - San Carlos - La Caraca, or the dock-yard - The Island of Leon - Chiclana and La Fuente de la Plata - Puerto-Real - El Caño-de-Trocadero - Puerto-Santa-Maria, and bridges of boats - The passage - Boats between Santa-Maria and Cadiz - Rota, the wine made there called Tent, its balsamic qualities - The strength of Cadiz considered - The whole Island of Leon should be defended - The return to Faro; and it is proposed to set out immediately for Albofeira ............................................................................................. pp. 111-117

* Chapter XXIV
Departure for Albofeira - The road, rivulets, bridges, military notes, & c. - Quarteira - Albofeira, its position - Description - The Capitaõ-mór - The Moorish-castle - Resources - Coast-batteries at Albofeira - Anchorage on the coast - Departure for Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ - Description of the road, enclosures, water - The Villages of Pera-Alta, Alcantarrilha, Parxeus, Lagoa, Estombar, Mixoluera - Batteries on the coast and passage of the harbour of Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ ..................... pp. 117-120

* Chapter XXV
Description of Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ - Population, supplies of water and fuel - The harbour, its entrance over a bar, the tides, anchorages, & c. - The forts, San Joaõ and Santa Catarina, defending the entrance of the harbour, described - The village of Feragudo - The picturesque scenery of Portimaõ - Communication by water with Silves - Extensive swamp covered with rushes - Silves, a few notes on its history - Probable cause of its decreased wealth, its Moorish Fortifications - Population - Unhealthiness of the situation supported by the non-residences of Friars - Its trade and return to Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ .................................................................................................................... pp. 121-126

* Chapter XXVI
Road from Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ to Lagos - Portus-Annibalis - Road from Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ to the hot-baths of Monchique - Description of the baths - Picturesque description - The Serras-de-Foya and Picota - The town of Monchique - Chesnut-trees and their military use - Opomar Velho, and Picturesque description - Ascent to the highest point of the Serra-de-Foya - Pyramid on the top - Extensive view from the Serra-de-Foya - Return to Monchique, and departure for Lagos ............................ pp. 126-131

* Chapter XXVII
Road from Monchique to Lagos - Productions of the Country, and crosses on the side of the road - The city of Lagos, its local history and description - A curious book - The harbour - Battery of O Pinhaõ and of Ponta-da-Bandeira described - Views of the coast from O Pinhaõ - The commerce of Lagos and the Tunny-fishery - Military notes - The bridge of Lagos, and military notes on the Country between it and Lagos - Routes from Lagos to Sagres - The sea-coast followed - Sea-coast from the Guadiana to Lagos, and from Lagos to Cape San-Vicente, and a slight account of seven batteries on the coast between O Pinhaõ and Sagres ................................................................................................ pp. 131-136

* Chapter XXVIII
The town of Sagres - The Promontorium Sacrum - Prince Henrique's residence at Sagres - The anchorage, and its chief advantage - The Peninsula of Sagres, its fortifications, barracks, & c. described - No water within - Military view of Sagres - The Country adjacent, bleakness, and wretchedness of this spot - Tract to Cape San-Vicente and Battery of Beliché - The Convent on the Cape, its foundation and description - A relic of Saint Vincent - Some account of this Saint - The South-west angle of Europe - Road to Villa-do-Bispo, and the town - Road to Carrapateira - Military note - Caution against falling into bogs and swamps - Carrapateira - An old battery - Road to Aljezur - Dreariness of the road - Aljezur, historical note - The Church of Nossa Senhora and relics - Road to Odeseixe, and a view of the mountain of Monchique ............................................................. pp. 136-142

* Chapter XXIX
The town of Odeseixe, resources & c. - Road to Villa-Nova-de-Mil-Fontes - The Ferry - Villa-Nova-de-Mil-Fontes and Ferry on the River Mira or Odemira - The Fort described, its object - The river and sea-coast from Cape San-Vicente to Setubal - Military Observation - The Road to San-André, the soil, and productions - Military note - Quarries of mill-stones - The town of Santiago-de-Cacem, antient name - Inscriptional Stone - Historical Observations - San André, and military observations ............ pp. 142-146

* Chapter XXX
Road from San-André to Melides - Melides - Description, resources, military notes, & c. - Road and Country to Comporta - The lakes - Tediousness of the road - Comporta - The sluices - Lagoa da Leite - Routes from Comporta to Setubal - Water-communication from Comporta to Setubal - Fresh-water in the sands near the coast, and return to Lisbon ............................................................................ pp. 146-148

* Chapter XXXI
Project of riding post to Elvas, adopted - The expence, and other necessary preparations - Departure from the Capital - General remarks only, as far as Estremoz - Caution to travellers against drinking of the waters in a fountain between Estremoz and Elvas - Monsieur Blaise's anecdote respecting leaches - This road is measured and marked - The road - Convent of San Francisco at Monte-mór-ó-Novo - Arrayolos - The milliaries - Inscription, & c. - Estremoz, its history, description, the Earthenware manufactory, curious springs of water, and an anecdote on the defeat of Don Juan of Austria near Estremoz .................................................................................................................................. pp. 149-153

* Chapter XXXII
Approaching Elvas - The Aqueduct, reservoir, & c. - History of Elvas - Frequently besieged - Picturesque observations - The fortifications - Fort Santa-Lucia - Fort La Lippe, its fortifications detailed - Quantity of Cannon, its resources - Garrisons required for Elvas and Dependencies - Military observations regarding its means of defence, and importance - The city, population, society, supplies, & c. - Surrounding Country - Views from the Ramparts, & c. .................................................... pp. 153-159

* Chapter XXXIII
Military description of Badajoz - Origin of its name - Historical notes - Supplies, & c. - An anecdote respecting a Spanish Inn, & c., and return to Lisbon ............................................................... pp. 159-162

* Chapter XXXIV
Commencement of a Tour to visit the Lines of Lisboa, or of Torres-Vedras - Queluz - The Royal-Palace - Road to Papel - Rio Moro - Rinholes - San-Pedro - First peep at Cintra - Cintra - Stage-coach - Historical notes - The Marquis of Marialva's Palace - Penha Verde - Death of Dom Joaõ de Castro - Lord Byron's opinion, in 'Childe Harold's Pilgrimage', on the convention of Cintra, refuted - Walks and rides - Convento da Penha on the highest Pinacle of the rock of Cintra - Antient name, and remarks on the Rock - Load-stone, the Cork Convent, and departure for Mafra ................................................................. pp. 162-169

* Chapter XXXV
Departure towards Mafra - View of Cintra - The Road - Chileiros - Mafra - The Royal Palace of Mafra, and description - View of the Palace - The garden and park - A sketch of the fortified positions covering Lisboa, and return to the Capital .............................................................................................. pp. 169-173

* Chapter XXXVI
Departure from Lisboa towards Alcantara in Spain - The various routes by land and by water - The boats - The scenery - The powder magazines at Sacavem - The Southern prospect - The Northern view - Villa Franca - The Rio-Maior - The wood for Lisboa - The banks of the river and Porto Mugem - The road to Santarem and Country - Santarem - The origin of its present name - Santa-Irene - Local history - Town described - Adjacent Country - Military Advantages, & c. .............................. pp. 173-178

* Chapter XXXVII
Road towards Abrantes - The heights of Baracos-de-Renhico - Quinta Burado - Ponte de Alveilla - Reguinco and Pombal - Ponte de Almundego, with some military notes - Campo de Golegã - Road by Pernas and Torres-Novas - Military notes - Town of Golegã, costumes - South side of the Tejo - Serra de Acres - Water scarce on the road - Atalaya - Tancos, and military observations - Berquinha - Picturesque View at Punhete - The Zezere and Bridge of Boats - Military notes - Punhete; and military view of the position of Nossa-Senhora-da-Conceiçaõ ........................................................... pp. 178-183

* Chapter XXXVIII
Digression from the road to Abrantes, and sketch of the direct routes by Moinhos-del-Rey and Amoreira, with military notes - Road to Thomar - The town of Thomar - The Nabaõ - The Knights Templars - The antient name and local history - The Order of Christo - Church relics and description - Military observations and resources - Departure for Villa-del-Rey - Road to the Zezere - Picturesque description - The ferry - The Zezere - Military notes - Scenery from the left bank, and road to Villa-del-Rey ........................................................................................................................................... pp. 183-189

* Chapter XXXIX
Villa-del-Rey - Road to Castello-Branco - Road to Abrantes - The River Codos - Scenery - Military observations - The Disasters which a French Brigade experienced on this road - The town of Abrantes, its origin and local history - The castle, and military observations - The bridge of boats - The Town-Hall - Markets - No milk - Picturesque scenery, and caution to strangers in using Charcoal-fires in brasiers ................................................................................................................................................... pp. 189-195

* Chapter XL
The best route to Castello-Branco followed - Cazas-Brancas - Military notes on the small rivers - Gaviaõ - No fuel for troops to cook - The Portalegre-Road - Eriz - Granite - Caution to strangers - The town of Niza - Road to Villa-Velha - Mountains - Bridge and scenery on the River Niza - Dreariness of the road - The flying-bridge on the Tejo - The Tejo at Villa-Velha - Villa-Velha - Military observations on the importance of that place connected with the frontier towards Elvas - Telegraphs recommended ................................................................................................................................................... pp. 195-200

* Chapter XLI
Villa-Velha, its position, and military notes - Departure for Alcantara in Spain - Horse-Path to Montesimaro - Montesimaro - Montalvão - Fording the Sever, with a hint on fording rivers - Tract to Herrera - Herrera - Description of the Country - The Village of Santiago - Resources, Costumes, & c. - Carvajo - Road to Membrio, and military notes - Membrio and its resources - Road to Alcantara - Bridge on the river Salor - Picturesque observations, & c. ................................................................. pp. 200-205

* Chapter XLII
Antient and modern historical notes on Alcantara - Trajan's bridge, inscription and destruction of one of the arches - Alcantara, supplies, fortifications, & c. - Advantages of the bridge - Notes on the Tejo - Departure towards Lisboa - Picturesque scenery - Road to Segura - Segura - The River Elja - From Segura to Castello-Branco - Ford of the Ponsul - Castello-Branco - Military Notes - Several Routes to Abrantes - Road to Villa-Velha - Note on the Guadiana - Some general remarks - Picturesque view near Ladeira - The river Ocresa - An anecdote, and return to the Capital ...................................... pp. 205-212

* Chapter XLIII
A trip to Almada - View of Lisboa, the fortified heights, and the Castle of Almada - The Royal Monastery of Belem, and Royal Museum - A military inspection of forts San Juliaõ, the Castle of Cascaes, the coast to the lighthouse on the most Western point of Europe, and the coast batteries .................... pp. 212-217

* Chapter XLIV
General remarks, and geographical and political divisions of the Northern Provinces of Portugal, consisting of part of Estremadura, Beira, Entre Douro-é-Minho, and Traz-os-Montes ........... pp. 217-220

* Chapter XLV
Departure from Lisboa towards Coimbra, a choice of routes - The route passing by Torres Vedras selected - A sketch of three routes leading from Lisboa, to Torres Vedras - Road from Alhandra to Arruda - The Portuguese people destroy deserted villages - Road to Sobral-de-Monte-Agraço, Sobral destroyed by the enemy - Road to Torres Vedras - Military observations - Torres-Vedras, the surrounding Country, the Sizandro, historical note, the town, the supplies, and military observations - Departure towards Obidos - Picturesque scenery - Ra-malhal, the country and road - Azambujeira, and heights of Columbeira - The Country between Azambujeira and the Sea - Roliça - Monte-Gordo and Road to Obidos - Obidos described, and the lake ................................................................... pp. 220-227

* Chapter XLVI
Other routes leading from Torres-Vedras to Obidos - Vimieiro - Notes on the battle - Surrounding Country, and Sir Arthur Wellesley's Quarters - Road to Lorinhã - Lorinhã, society, & c. - Road to Azambujeira - Road to Peniche - The Peninsula of Peniche - The Line-Wall and fortifications of the Citadel detailed - The town of Peniche, the produce and resources - The light-house - A curious rock - The Berlingas rocks - The anchorage at Peniche - Road to Obidos - Amoreira ..................... pp. 227-233

* Chapter XLVII
Departure from Obidos - Two roads to Caldas-da-Rainha - Caldas-da-Rainha - The hot-baths - The waters, historical notes, & c. - Road to Alcobaça, the town, the Bernardine Monastery described, an anecdote - Roads to Leiria - Road by Batalha followed - The Royal-Monastery of Batalha described - The town, & c. - Road to Leiria - The city of Leiria, local history, the town, supplies, & c ...... pp. 233-240

* Chapter XLVIII
Road to Pombal, and scenery - Pombal, a melancholy anecdote, conduct of the French Soldiery - Another anecdote - From Pombal to Coimbra - Redinha and Condeixa - French devastation - From Condeixa to Coimbra - The city of Coimbra, its origin and local history - The University, Library, Museum, & c. - The colleges and students - The aqueduct, the bridge - The river Mondego, the bar, the anchorage - The pilots, the boats, & c. - Supplies, commerce - Military notes on Coimbra - Picturesque observations and views .......................................................................................................... pp. 241-247

* Chapter XLIX
Departure towards Porto - The routes - Road to Aveiro, the villages of Fornos, Sarjento-mór, Silvem, Morteiro, Vendas-Novas, Samel or Venda, Mamarosa, Palhoça, Salgueiro and Arada - Observations on the soil, road, houses, people, water, & c. - The city of Aveiro - Cause of depopulation - The bar at the mouth of the Vouga - Observations on the Vouga - The bridge - Antient walls - Supplies of water and fuel - Good Cavalry-Quarters - Industry of the people - Departure by water - Ovar - Pine-Forest, and remainder of the road to Porto ................................................................................................. pp. 248-252

* Chapter L
The city of Porto - Antient name, & c., population, streets, houses, churches and theatre - Ship-yard - Timber for Masts - Some observations on the wine-trade - Villa-Nova - The bridge of boats - The river Douro, dangers of the navigation, and an anecdote - The bar - Fort San Joaõ - The Lazaretto, & c. Deseoito braças - Supplies, & c. ............................................................................................. pp. 252-256

* Chapter LI
Sketch of the road to Valença-do-Minho by Barcellos - The Serra-de-San-Estevao - Road to Ponte-da-Lima: departure towards Valença - Road and country as far as Penafiel - Military observations - Penafiel - Road to Amarante - Picturesque view, granite, scenery, & c. - Amarante - The river Tamega - The bridge - Convent of San-Domingo - Picturesque scenery - Resources - Road to Guimarães - A great sight - Pombeiro - The country, military notes, & c. ................................................................. pp. 257-262

* Chapter LII
Guimarães, its antiquity, antient names, and historical notes - The town, population and supplies - Road to Braga - Braga, its origin, the Arch-bishop, position, antiquities, Church relics, military notes and General Freire's death - Bom-Jesus, and some descriptions of it - Road to Ponte-de-Lima - The river Cavado - Robbers - Portella-da-Cabra - Scenery - Ponte-de-Lima, its antient name and walls - The bridge, the river Lima, and Brutus's example to his soldiers - The Inn, a fountain, military notes, scenery, & c. ........................................................................................................................................... pp. 263-268

* Chapter LIII
Road to Valença, the Country, villages, and river Coura - The Fortress and town of Valença, the fortifications detailed - Military opinion, scenery, & c. ............................................................. pp. 269-271
NOTA: O autor diz que a sua obra deveria acabar aqui, mas que ainda vai dedicar alguns capítulos à província espanhola da Galiza por considerar que esta província pertence geograficamente a Portugal.

* Chapter LIV
General remarks on Galicia, its situation, figure, limits, extent, produce, animals, birds, fish, and food - The mines, & c. - Political divisions and population - The civil, military, marine, and ecclesiastic departments - Character of the Galicians, and notes on the local history of Galicia .............. pp. 272-275

* Chapter LV
Departure from Valença, passage of the Minho - Notes on the river Minho or Miño: the city of Tuy, its distance from other places, description, population, supplies, walks, climate, & c., local history, public buildings - Road to Redondela - Poriño, costumes - Redondela, its position, shell-fish, an anecdote on the industry of the natives - The population, antiquity, & c.: road to Pontevedra - Picturesque view - Puente-San-Payo - Supplies, military and picturesque observations - Pontevedra, situation, a league-stone, antient history, supplies, environs and military notes - Road to El Padron, roman bridge - El Padron, situation and antiquity, Santiago or St. James the Apostle buried there and removed to Compostela - Road to Compostela ................................................................................................................. pp. 276-282

* Chapter XLI
Santiago-de-Compostela - Local history - Public buildings - Suffragan Bishops' sees - Ecclesiastical department - The Cathedral - List of the relics - The Jubilees - Convent of San Domingo - Monastery of San Martin - The Hospitium - The University - The city in general, and view of Compostela .. pp. 282-288

* Chapter XLII
Departure towards Coruña - The road - The Port of Coruña - The city, la pescaderia - Fortifications - Public buildings - Local Government - The Garrison-Staff, & c. - The markets and free-fair - The antient name - La Torre-de-Hercules, and inscription - The local history - Society, scenery and conclusion of the military and picturesque observations on Portugal.


VOLUME II - DOCUMENTOS

* Document I - pp. 1-50
The true history of the late and lamentable adventures of Don Sebastian, King of Portugal, after his
imprisonment in Naples, until this present day: being now in Spain, at St. Lucar de Barrameda.

* Document II - pp. 50-72
The secret instructions of the Jésuites.

* Document III - pp. 72-76
Instructions sent on the part of his most faithful Majesty to Don Francis d'Almada, his Minister -
Plenipotentiary at the Court of Rome, relative to the Crimes the Jésuites have been guilty of, in this
Kingdom and in the Brazils; to be laid before His Holiness the Pope, Benedetto XIV; with particulars of
the Attempts made by these Religious in the Portuguese North and South American Colonies.

* Document IV - pp. 76-81
Letter of Instructions, of the 10th of February, 1758, to Dom Francisco d'Almada de Mendoza, Minister
of his Most Faithful Majesty, to the Court of Rome.

* Document V - pp. 81-84
Letter (in form of a Brief) from our Holy Father, Pope Benedetto XIV by which, of his own accord, he
appoints and constitutes the most Eminent and most Reverend Francisco de Saldanha, Cardinal
Deacon of the Holy Roman Church, Visitor and Reformer of the Regular Clerks of the Society of Jesus
in the Kingdoms of Portugal and Algarve, and in all parts of the East and West Indies, under the
government of His most Faithful Majesty.

* Document VI - pp. 84-88
Decree of his Eminence the Cardinal de Saldanha, which declares the Jésuites of Portugal to be guilty
of carrying on an unlawful trade, and prohibits them from continuing the same.

* Document VII - p. 88
Mandate of the most eminent and most reverend Cardinal Patriarch of Lisboa, which deprives the
Jésuites of the power of preaching and confessing.

* Document VIII - pp. 88-91
Manifesto, or Edict of the King of Portugal, by which His most Faithful Majesty promises to those who
will discover the authors and accomplices of the conspiracy entered into by some of his subjects, and
of the attempt made against his life on the 3d of September, 1758, the pardon of their crime, if they
have themselves been guilty, (the leaders of the conspiracy nevertheless expected); nobility to
commoners; to the nobles and grandees, higher rank, honours, elevation, grandeur and dignity.

* Document IX - pp. 91-107
The Sentence pronounced by the High-Court of Judicature of Portugal upon the Conspirators against
the Life of His Most Faithful Majesty; with the just Motives for the same.

* Document X - pp. 107-108
Letter from His Most Faithful Majesty to the Archbishop Primate of Braga.

* Document XI - pp. 109-112
Royal letter from His Most Faithful Majesty to Pedro Gonçalves Cordeiro Pereira, Chancellor of the
Tribunal of Supplicação, and performing the functions of President therein.

* Document XII - pp. 112-122
Memorial which His Most Faithful Majesty caused to be delivered to Pope Clemente XIII with his letter of
the 20th of April, 1759.

* Document XIII - pp. 122-124
First letter from the Pope of the 2nd of August, 1759, serving as an answer to the letter from His Most
Faithful Majesty of the 20th of April, of the same year.

* Document XIV - pp. 125-127
Second letter from the Pope to the Most Faithful King, of the same day, the 2nd of August, 1759.

* Document XV - pp. 127-132
Mandate of His Excellency the Cardinal de Saldanha, Patriarch of Lisboa, on the subject of the
expulsion of the Jésuits.

* Document XVI - pp. 132-133
Latin Letter from the Portuguese Jésuites on-board the Ragusan Ship the Saint Bonaventure, to the
Governor of Leghorn, to obtain permission to disembark.

* Document XVII - pp. 133-136
Brief of Clemente XIII: Granting to the Council of Conscience the requisite Powers to proceed to Pain of
Death against Ecclesiastics, Seculars as well as Regulars, guilty of the Crime of Treason, on condition
that, in this Tribunal, an Ecclesiastic have the Presidency.

* Document XVIII - pp. 136-150
Manifesto: Published by the Court of Portugal, under the Title of Exposition of the Facts, and of the
Motives which decided its Conduct.

* Document XIX - pp. 151-172
Sentence of the Tribunal of the Inquisition, and Judgment of the Parliament or Sovereign Court of
Justice of Lisboa, called Relaçaon, against Gabriel Malagrida, Jésuite.

* Document XX - pp. 172-185
Request of the Procurator-General of the Crown, against the Bull, Apostolicum pascendi Munus.

* Document XXI - pp. 185-190
Edict of His Most Faithful Majesty: forbidding the introduction and the use, in the whole extent of his
states, of patents of aggregation to the Society of Jésuites, as well as making professions and
associations with these religious; which also proscribes the Bull Animarum Saluti, declares it
obreptitious, surreptitious, and null; and requires those members of the Society of Jésuites who yet
remain in the Kingdom, and were tolerated in virtue of the edict of the 3d of September and of
subsequent ordinances, to depart therefrom without delay.

* Document XXII - pp. 191-192
Edict of His Most Faithful Majesty, Jozé I, & c. addressed to the chapter of the Cathedral Church of
Coimbra.

* Document XXIII - pp. 192-194
Mandate of the Bishop of Coimbra.

* Document XXIV - pp. 195-196
Letter from the King of Portugal to the Vice-Rector of the University of Coimbra.

* Document XXV - p. 196
Edict of the King of Portugal: which ordains that the Tribunal of the Holy Office shall henceforth be
addressed by the Title of Majesty.

* Document XXVI - p. 197
Speech of Pope Clement XIV on the Occasion of the distinguished Reception his Nuncio experienced at
the Court of Portugal.

* Document XXVII - p. 198
Edict of the King of Portugal, to re-open the Tribunal of the Nunciature.

* Document XXVIII - pp. 198-200
Speech of Pope Clemente XIV on the Re-establishment of the Nunciature in Portugal.

* Document XXIX - p. 200
Edict which declares the Queen, Regent, during the King's Illness.

* Document XXX - p. 200
Act by which the Queen accepts the Resignation of the Marquis de Pombal.

* Document XXXI - pp. 201-1203
Speech of Counsellor Francisco Coelho da Sylva on the Queen's Coronation.

 Notas sobre o autor 

BIOGRAFIA
George Thomas Landmann (1779-1854)

Lieutenant-Colonel Royal engineers, son of Isaac Landmann, was born at Woolwich in 1779. He became a cadet at the Royal Military Academy on 16 April 1793, and obtained a commission as second lieutenant in the royal engineers on 1 May 1795. Stationed at Plymouth and Falmouth, he was employed in the fortification of St. Nicholas Island at the former, and Pendennis Castle and St. Mawes at the latter place. He was promoted first lieutenant on 3 June 1797, was sent to Canada at the end of that year, and was employed until the end of 1800 in the construction of fortifications at St. Joseph, Lake Huron, Upper Canada. In 1801 and 1802 he was employed in cutting a new canal at the Cascades on the river St. Lawrence. On 13 July 1802 he was promoted Captain-Lieutenant, and at the end of the year returned to England, when he was stationed at Portsmouth and Gosport, and employed in the fortifications.
On 19 July 1804 he was promoted second captain, and in December 1805 embarked at Portsmouth with troops for Gibraltar. On 1 July 1806 he was promoted captain. In the summer of 1808 he embarked as commanding royal engineer with General Spencer's corps of seven thousand men from Gibraltar, and landed in August at Mondego Bay to join Sir Arthur Wellesley. He was then attached to the light brigade under Brigadier-General Hon. H. Fane, was present at the battle of Roleia (17 Aug.), when he succeeded Captain Elphinstone, who was wounded, in the command of the royal engineers. He made a plan of the battle for Sir Arthur Wellesley, which was sent home with despatches. He reconnoitered the field of Vimeiro, and commanded his corps at the battle on 21 Aug. In September he was sent to Peniche to report on that fortress, and when Major Fletcher went to Spain with Sir John Moore, he assumed the command of his corps in Portugal. In December he was sent to construct a bridge of boats at Abrantes, on the Tagus, another at Punhete, on the Zezere, and a flying bridge at Villa Velha, and to reconnoitre the country about Idanha Nova, & c. The bridges were completed in five days.
On his return to Lisbon he was, in February 1809, sent overland with despatches to Bartholomew Frere, the British minister at Seville, and thence, as commanding engineer, to join the corps of General Mackenzie. Soon after Landmann's arrival at Cadiz an émeute occurred among the inhabitants, who, suspecting the fidelity of their governor, the Marquis de Villel, desired to put him to death. General Mackenzie directed Landmann to endeavour to tranquillise the people, and as he spoke Spanish fluently he was eventually able to reconcile the contending parties. For his services on this occasion he received the thanks of the king of Spain through the Secretary of State. On 22 Feb. 1809 Landmann was granted a commission as Lieutenant-Colonel in the Spanish engineers, and on General Mackenzie and his troops leaving Cadiz, for Lisbon, Landmann was left at Cadiz by Frere's desire. He went to Gibraltar in July, and sent home plans of the fortifications of Cadiz, with a report which led to vigorous efforts being made to defend that place.
When, in January 1810, the French had entered Seville, and an attack on Gibraltar was expected from the land side, it was deemed expedient to demolish forts San Felipe and Santa Barbara in the Spanish Lines. Landmann was deputed to negotiate with the Spanish governor for the needful permission, and he accomplished his delicate task successfully, though not without difficulty. When the French marched on Cadiz in February, Landmann volunteered to proceed thither with an auxiliary force embarked at Gibraltar, but being detained by a contrary wind, he hired a rowboat, reached Cadiz on the second day, and found himself for a time commanding engineer of the British forces.
On 25 March 1810 he was appointed Colonel of Infantry in the Spanish army, and in April served at the siége of Matagorda. In August he returned to England on account of illhealth. In December he was appointed one of the military agents in the Peninsula, and sailed for Lisbon. After delivering despatches to Wellington at Cartaxo he proceeded, and on the way joined the Spanish corps of General Ballasteros, and was present at the action of Castilejos, near the Guadiana, on 7 Jan. 1811. His horse fell under him, and he sustained an injury to his left eye. From Cadiz he returned in June to Ayamonte, and rode round the sea coast to Corunna, whence, after a short stay in Galicia, he went back to Cadiz by another route.
In March 1812 Landmann sailed for England in company with the Spanish embassador. His health was now so impaired that he was unable to return to duty until July 1813, when he was sent to Ireland to command the engineers in the Lough Swilly district. He had been promoted on 4 June 1813 brevet - major for his services, and became Lieutenant-Colonel on 16 May 1814. In March 1815 he was appointed commanding royal engineer at the Thames district, and in May 1817 was transferred to Hull as commanding royal engineer of the Yorkshire district. He was granted leave of absence in 1819, and appears to have continued on leave until he retired from the corps, by the sale of his commission, on 29 Dec. 1824. He was a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers until 1852. He died at Shacklewell, near Hackney, London, on 27 Aug. 1854.

 Bibliografia 
Landmann was AUTHOR of:

1. "Historical, Military, and Picturesque Observations in Portugal, illustrated with numerous coloured views and authentic plans of all the siéges and battles fought in the Peninsula during the present war", 2 vols. 4 to, London, 1818.

2. "Adventures and recollections of Colonel Landmann", 2 vols., 8 vo., London, 1852.

3. "Recollections of my Military Life", 2 vols., 8 vo., London, 1854.
He also revised his father's "Principles of Fortifications", 8 vo., London, 1831.

- In "The Compact Edition of the Dictionary of National Biography", Volume I, O.U.P., 1975, p. 1163.

 Sumário/Resumo 
OBSERVAÇÕES DO AUTOR SOBRE A OBRA

* II, p. 1 - O autor diz que os dois volumes da sua obra estão intimamente relacionados porque é indispensável conhecer-se a história do país que se visita.

 Palavras-chave 

Agricultura
Alfarroba; Amêndoas; Arredores de Tomar; Azeite; Azeitonas; Cereais; Cevada; Conservas de fruta; Milho da Índia; Trigo;

Alimentação
Aguardente - "Agoardente" ou "Agoa-ardente"; no Algarve; Brandy; Chá; Chouriço de sangue; Leite; Manteiga; Ovos; Pão;

Alojamento
Almofadas; em casas particulares; Estalagem [Alcácer do Sal]; Estalagem (Bom Jesus de Braga); Estalagem de Faro; Estalagem de Ponte de Lima; Estalagem de Sintra; Estalagem de Tavira; Estalagem de Valença; Estalagem-Novo [entre Beja e Mértola]; Estalagem-Novo [Setúbal]; Hotel; Quinta de Dom Rodrigo;

Arte e Monumentos
Antiguidades [Beja]; Antiguidades [Métola]; Aqueduto [Coimbra]; Aqueduto [Elvas]; Aqueduto [Évora]; Aqueduto [Óbidos]; Aqueduto [Santiago do Cacém]; Aqueduto [Setúbal]; Aqueduto [Torres Vedras]; Bom Jesus de Braga; Capela dos ossos; Castelo [Beja]; Castelo [Castro-Marim]; Castelo de Abrantes; Castelo de Almada; Castelo de Arraiolos; Castelo de Estremoz; Castelo de Palmela; Castelo de Segura; Castelo em ruínas [Santarém]; Castelo mouro [Albufeira]; Castelo mouro [Alcácer do Sal]; «Castellum circullar» [Évora]; Convento da Nossa Senhora da Penha [Sintra]; Convento de Cristo [Tomar]; Convento de freiras da ordem de S. Francisco; Convento de Monges Jerónimos; Convento dos Tomaristas; Igreja de Belém; Catedral de Faro; Escavações arqueológicas [Beja]; Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Alva; Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Vitória; Igreja de Santa Clara de Coimbra; Igreja de Santa Cruz de Coimbra; Igreja de Santiago do Cacém; Igreja de S. Berto da Porta Aberta; Mosteiro de Alcobaça; Mosteiro de Odivelas (“... Odivellas”); Mosteiro Real da Batalha; Mosteiro Real de Belém; Museu de História Natural da Universidade de Coimbra; Palácio de Mafra; Palácio do Marquês de Marialva; Palácio Pinheiro; Palácio Real de Mafra; Palácio Real de Queluz; Palácio Real de Sintra; Placas de inscrição; Ponte da Conceição ("... Conceição"); "Ponte da secca"; Ponte-de-Marim; Ponte sobre o Mondego [Coimbra]; Ruínas de uma fortificação moura [Tavira]; Ruínas do Castelo Mouro de Faro; Ruínas mouras [Beja]; Ruínas na margem direita do Guadiana; Templo de Diana; "Torre da Marca"; Torre de Almourol; Torre Velha de Belém;

Classes Sociais
Escravos mouros e condenados; Marinheiros; Soldados;

Clima
Generalidades; da região de Amarante; de Aveiro; de Silves; de Sintra; do Alentejo; do Algarve; entre Douro e Minho e Trás-os-Montes; Estremadura (a norte do Tejo) e Beira;

Conclusões


Costumes
“Arré mula! Arré macho!”; Braseiros; Caça; Caçadores furtivos; Canto; Cartas; Cartas de recomendação; Cegos [Faro]; Classes baixas; Correio [Faro]; Danças; Guitarra; Insultos a imagens de santos; Mendigos; Piano;

Criminalidade
Ladrões; Pilhagens;

Economia
Bacalhau; Canal ligando o Tejo ao porto de Setúbal; Combustíveis; Comércio [Alcácer do Sal]; Contrabando de tabaco; Cortiça; Custo de vida; Estaleiro; Exportações [Alcácer do sal]; Exportações [Faro]; Exportações [Lagos]; Exportações [Portimão]; Exportações [Setúbal]; Exportações [Tavira]; Figos secos; Forragem; Frutos secos; Fundição de canhões; Manufactura de cerâmica [Estremoz]; Manufactura de fiação de algodão; Manufacturas [Coimbra]; Monopólios; Pesca da sardinha; Pesca do atum; Sal;

Ensino
Universidade de Coimbra;

Espanhóis
Alcantara; Ayamonte; Badajoz; Cádis «Cadiz»; Carvajo; Castelo mouro - Ayamonte; Catalães; Generalidades; Galegos; Galiza; Herrera; Ilha deserta em frente ao porto de Vila Real; João, Rei de Castela; Membrio; San Lucar-de-Guadiana; Santiago;

Estradas
Alcantara – Castelo Branco; Alcantara – Salvaterra; Alcantara – Vila Velha; Estradas de Portugal; Estradas que ligam as várias fortificações das Linhas de Torres Vedras; Principais estradas de Portugal;

Fauna
Águia; Atum; Aves aquáticas; Cães; Carneiros; Cavalos, mulas e burros; Falcão; Gado; Javalis; Lebres; Lobos; Moscas; Mosquitos; Mulas; Mulas de carga; Perdizes; Porcos; Pulgas; Raposas; Salmão; Sardinha; Veados;

Flora
Aloés; Amoreiras; Árvores da cortiça (sobreiro); Bananeiras; Carvalho; Castanheiros; Choupos; Cistos; Ervilhas; Figueiras; Figueiras da Índia; Fruta; Fruta [Algarve]; Frutos e vegetais; Juncos; Murta; Oleandro; Olivais; Pinhal de Leiria; Pinheiros; Romãzeiras; Sumagre; Tamareiras; Urze;

Forças Armadas
Exército;

Fortificações
Bateria da vitória; Beliche «Beliché»; Bugio «Bogio ou San Lourenço»; Cabo Carvoeiro; Fortaleza de Figueira «“... Figueras”»; Fortaleza de Valença; Forte da Balieira «”... Baliera”»; Forte da Nossa Senhora da Luz; Forte da Nossa Senhora da Piedade «”... Piedad”»; Forte de Almádena «”... Almadana”»; Forte de Santa Catarina [Portimão]; Forte de “Santa Lucia” [Elvas]; Forte de Santiago de Outão «Outaö»; Forte de S. Francisco; Forte de S. João; Forte de S. João [Portimão]; Forte de S. João [Porto]; Forte do Burgau «”... Burgão”»; Forte do Porto de Mós; Forte do “Zaviel”; Forte La Lippe [Elvas]; Fortificações ao longo da costa a Oeste de Belém; Fortificações de Peniche; Fortificações Mouras [Portimão]; Fortificações mouras; Fortificações mouras [Silves]; Morteiros; Península de Sagres; O Pinhão «O Pinhaõ»; Ponta-da-Bandeira; S. Julião «San Juliaõ»; Sta. Rocha ou Roxa;

Geografia
«Agoa de Paso»; Alcácer do Sal – Alfundão; Alentejo; Algarve; «Baracos-de-Renhico»; Beira; Beja – rio Corbes; Berlengas «Las Berlingas» ou «The Borlings»; Cabeça de Monchique; A cabeça seca; Cabo da Roca ou «The rock of Lisbon»; Cabo de Espichel; Cabo de S. Vicente [Setúbal]; Cabo de S. Vicente [San Vicente]; Cabo Espichel – Tejo; Cabo Mondego; Cachopos; Cadeia de montanhas; Cadeias de montanhas entre Porto e Guimarães; “Campo-de-Golegã”; Comarca; Costa desde a carrapateira até à entrada do Porto de Setúbal; Costa do Algarve; Dezoito braças; Entre Douro-e-Minho; Estremadura; Guadiana – Lagos; Ilhas de areia; Lago; Margens do Guadiana (a duas léguas do mar); Montanhas de Monchique; Monte Penasqueira; Ouvidoria de campo de Ourique; Península de Peniche; Ponte de Alcantara – castelo de Segura; Portimão – Silves; Porto de Faro; Porto de Lagos; Porto de Portimão; Porto de Tavira; Porto de Vila Real; Províncias a norte do Tejo; Províncias a sul do Tejo; Ribeiro de “Avizellay”; Rio Anços; Rio Ave; Rio Caia «Caya»; Rio Cávado; Rio Coa; Rio Codos; Rio Corbes; Rio Coura; Rio Culebra; Rio Douro; Rio Elja; Rio Guadiana; Rio Lena; Rio Lima; Rio Lis; Rio Maior; Rio Minho ou Miño; Rio Mira ou Odemira; Rio Mondego; Rio Nabão; Rio Niza; Rio Ocresa; Rio oeiras; Rio Ponsul; Rio “Ponteferrada”; Rio Sequa; Rio Seto; Rio Sever; Rio Sizandro; Rio «Sodaõ», «Caldao» ou «Zadao»; Rio Sousa; Rio Tâmega; Rio Tejo; Rio Vouga; Rio Zêzere; Salto-do-Lobo; S. Brás «San Braz»; Serra da Amoreira; Serra da Cabreira; Serra da “Cartama”; Serra da Columbeira; Serra da Estrela «Serra-de-Estrella»; Serra da “Estrica”; Serra da Picota; “Serra de Acres”; Serra de Alpedreira «Alphedreira»; Serra de Ancião «... Anciam»; Serra de Aronches; Serra de Fóia «Foya»; Serra de Malefe; Serra de Mértola; Serra de “Momil”; Serra de Monchique; Serra de Montejunto; “Serra de Montesimaro”; Serra de Nossa Senhora da Conceição; Serra de S. Miguel; Serra de Santa Bárbara; Serra de Sto. Estevão; Serra do Buçaco; Serra do Caldeirão «Caldeiraõ»; Serra do Caramulo «Curamullo»; Serra do Gerês; Serra do Marão; Serras a sul do Tejo; Trás-os-Montes; Vale de Leiria; Vale de Óbidos; Ventos da costa sul;

Guerras Napoleónicas
Atrocidades cometidas pelo exército francês; Batalha do Ameixial «Ameixal»; Batalha da Roliça; Batalha do Vimeiro «Vimieiro»; Convenção de Sintra «Cintra»; Franceses; General Loison; Invasões francesas; Junot; Linhas de Torres Vedras; Monsieur Blaise; Napoleão Bonaparte; Tentativa de ataque a Vila Real em 1808; Marechal Soult; Massena;

Habitação
Cabanas; Casas da Golegã; Casas da lagoa do leite; Casas das Caldas da Rainha; Casas de Abrantes; Casas de Albufeira; Casas de Aljezur; Casas de Aljustrel; Casas de Aveiro; Casas de Cabeça-de-Monchique; Casas de Castelo Branco; Casas de Castro-Verde; Casas de Coimbra; Casas de Estremoz; Casas de Faro; Casas de Guimarães; Casas de Lagos; Casas de Leiria; Casas de Loulé; Casas de Mafra; Casas de Melides; Casas de Monchique; Casas de Montesimaro; Casas de Niza; Casas de Óbidos; Casas de Odeceixe; Casas de Penafiel; Casas de Peniche; Casas de Portimão; Casas de Punhete; Casas de Rio de Mouro; Casas de Santarém; Casas de Santiago do Cacém; Casas de Sintra; Casas de Tomar; Casas de Torres Vedras; Casas de Valença; Casas de Vila Franca; Casas de Vila Real; Casas do Gavião; Casas do Porto; Casas do arredores de Aveiro; Palácios dos fidalgos; Quinta-de-Quarteira;

História de Portugal
Alentejo (história); Algarve (história); Aljubarrota; Ataques a Elvas; Batalha de Ourique; “Bataza”; “Cacegas” e “de Suisa”; Cerco de Faro (1249); Ceuta; Crise de 1383-85; Derrota de D. João da Áustria perto de Estremoz a 8 de Junho de 1663; “dos Algarves”; Faro atacada pelos ingleses; Imposto de Dezembro de 1807; Ordem de Avis; Ordem de Calatrava; Ordem de Cristo; Ordem de S. Francisco; Ordem de S. Jerónimo; Ordem de S. Miguel; Ordem de Santiago; Perda da independência; Planície de Ourique; Restauração;

História de Portugal - Personagens
Afonso (filho mais velho de D. João II); D. Afonso II; D. Afonso III; D. Afonso IV; D. Afonso V; D. Afonso VI; D. Afonso Henriques (Affonso Henriquez); D. Afonso de Lencastre; D. António, Prior do Crato; Barão de Quintela; Bartolomeu da Costa; D. Bernardim Freire, comandante em chefe do exército português; Bispo de Faro; Bispo Osório; Cardeal D. Henrique; D. Catarina «Dona Catharina»; Conde de Cantanhede; Conde de Lippe; D. Dinis; D. Duarte; D. Dulce de Aragão (mulher de D. Sancho I); Filipe I; Filipe II; Filipe IV [III]; D. Filipa de Lencastre; Frederic Ludovici (alemão); D. Galdin Pais de Braga; General Silveira; Giraldo, “o cavalheiro sim medo”; Governador de Albufeira; Governador de Alcoutim; Governador de Mértola; Governador de Setúbal; Governador de Vila Real; Governador do Algarve; Infante D. Fernando (filho de D. João I); Infante D. fernando (filho de D. Manuel); Infante D. Henrique; Infante D. João (filho de D. João I); Infante D. Luís (filho de D. Manuel); Infante D. Pedro (filho de D. João I); D. Inês de Catsro; D. Isabel (mulher de D. Afonso V); D. João I; D. João II; D. João III; D. João V; D. João da Áustria; D. João de Castro; «Dom Joaõ – Pedro Buis»; D. João Soarez de Alarçon; João Baptista Folhas «Joaõ Bautista Folhas»; D. João de Portugal; João e Pedro Galego; D. Lobo de Almeida; D. Leonor (mulher de D. Duarte); D. Leonor (mulher de D. João II); Machado de Castro; D. Manuel I; D. Maria I; D. Mafalda (mulher de D. Afonso Henriques); Marquês de Loulé; Marquês de Marialva; Marquês de Pombal; D. Pedro I; Rainha Maria, 2ª mulher de D. Manuel; Rainha Santa Isabel; D. Rodrigo Garves de Assa; D. Sancho I; D. Sancho II; D. Sebastião «King Sebastiaõ»; Sertório;

Ilustrações


Ingleses
Capitão Stanway; Casa de campo de um emigrante inglês; Conde de essex; Cônsul inglês em Faro; Feitoria inglesa; Richard Fletcher, Major and Commanding Royal Engineer; General Kellerman; General Trant; Ingleses em Portugal; Sir J. Moore; Mr. Murphy; Mr. Power; Stephen Stephenson; Brigadier – General Stewart; Tenente – Coronel Campbell; Viajar à inglesa; Sir G. T. Walker (major - general); Sir Arthur Wellesley; Duque de Wellington;

Itinerário


Jardins
Jardim do Hospital das Caldas da Rainha; Jardim do Palácio Real de Mafra; Generalidades; Aljustrel; de Queluz; Silves; Sintra; Parque do Palácio Real de Mafra;

Ligações
Abrantes – Niza; Abrantes – Gavião; Albufeira – Portimão; Alcácer do Sal – Comporta; Alcácer do Sal – Melides; Alcácer do Sal – Porto d’El Rei; Alcobaça – Leiria; Alfundão – Beja; Alhandra – Sobral de Montagraço; Aljezur – Odeceixe; Aljustrel – Beja; Aljustrel – Castro-Verde; Aljustrel – Mértola; Almodôvar – Beja; Almodôvar – Corte Figuera; Almodôvar – Loulé; Almodôvar – Mértola; Arraiolos – Estremoz; Atalaia – Tancos; Aveiro – Ovar; Aveiro – Porto; Barcelos – Ponte de Lima; Batalha – Leiria; Beja – Mértola; Braga – Ponte de Lima; Bucelas – Sobral de Montagraço; Cabeça-de-Minchique – Torres Vedras; Cabo de S. Vicente – Vila do Bispo; Caldas da Rainha – Alcobaça; Carrapateira – Aljezur; Castelo Branco – Abrantes; Castelo Branco – Vila Velha; Castro-Verde – Almodôvar; Coimbra – Aveiro; Coimbra – Porto; Comporta – “Lagoa da Leite”; Comporta – Setúbal; Comporta – Tróia; Condeixa – Coimbra; Corte Figuera – Loulé; Eriz – Niza; Faro – Albufeira; Figueira dos Cavalheiros – Aljustrel; Golegã – Atalaia; Guimarães – Braga; Lagos – Cabo de S. Vicente; Lagos – Lisboa; Lagos – Sagres; Lagos – Vila Real; Leiria – Tomar; Leiria (“Leira”) – Coimbra; Leiria – Pombal; Lisboa – Abrantes; Lisboa – Alcobaça; Lisboa – Aveiro; Lisboa – Batalha; Lisboa – Braga; Lisboa – Caldas da Rainha; Lisboa – Coimbra; Lisboa – Elvas; Lisboa – Faro; Lisboa – Leiria; Lisboa – Mafra; Lisboa – Montemor-o-Novo; Lisboa – Óbidos; Lisboa – Porto Mugem; Lisboa – Punhete; Lisboa – Queluz; Lisboa – Santarém; Lisboa – Sintra; Lisboa – Torres Vedras; Lisboa – Vila Velha; Loulé – Faro; Lourinhã – Peniche; Melides – Comporta; Mértola – Alcoutim; Mértola – Beja; Mértola – Vila Real; Moita – Setúbal; Monchique – Lagos; Monchique – Palmela; Montemor-o-Novo – Arraiolos; Montesimaro – Montalvão; Niza – Montalvão; Niza – Vila Velha; Óbidos – Caldas da Rainha; Odeceixe – Vila Nova de Mil Fontes; Ovar – Porto; Penafiel – Amarante; Peniche – Óbidos; Pera alta – Lagoa; Pombal – Coimbra; Ponte de Alcantara – Castelo de Segura; Ponte de Lima – Valença; Portimão – Lagos; Portimão – Monchique (banhos); Porto – Amarante; Porto – Barcelos; Porto – Penafiel; Porto – Valença do Minho; Porto Mugem – Santarém; Punhete – Abrantes; Punhete – Tomar; Quinta de D. Rodrigo – Figueira dos Cavalheiros; Sagres – Cabo de S. Vicente; Santarém – Golegã; Santo André – Melides; Segura – Castelo Branco; Serra da Columbeira – Peniche; Silves – Lagoa; Silves – Monchique; Silves – Vila Nova de Portimão; Sintra – Palácio de Mafra; Sobral de Montagraço – Torres Vedras; Tavira – Faro; Tomar – Leiria; Tomar – “Villa del Rey”; Torres Vedras – Óbidos; Vendas Novas – Aveiro; Vila de Rei – Abrantes; Vila de Rei – Castelo Branco; Vila do Bispo – Carrapateira; Vila Nova de Mil Fontes – Melides; Vila Nova de Mil Fontes – Santo André; Vila-Real – Tavira; Vila Velha – “Montesimaro”; Vimieiro – Lourinhã;

Lisboa
Hotel; Hotéis e Estalagens [Lisboa]; Igreja de S. Roque «San Roque»; História; Lixo em Lisboa; Situação geográfica; Mercados de Lisboa; Museu Real [Lisboa]; Paróquias de Lisboa; Plano de reconstrução de Lisboa; População de Lisboa; Porto de Lisboa; Ruas de Lisboa; Talha dourada das igrejas de Lisboa; Biblioteca da Universidade de Coimbra;

Literatura
Biblioteca do Bispo Osório; Biblioteca do Convento de Cristo; Biblioteca do Palácio Real de Mafra; Camões «Camoës»;

Medidas
Légua alentejana; Légua portuguesa; Léguas;

Meios de transporte
Barco Lisboa – Cádis; Barcos; Barcos de Carreira entre as duas margens do Tejo; Barcos de carreira entre Comporta e Setúbal; Barcos de carreira entre Setúbal e Alcácer do Sal; Barcos de carreira entre Vila Real e Cádis; Barcos do Tejo – Lisboa-Porto Mugem; Barcos entre Mértola e Vila Real; Barcos Faro – Cádis; Carruagens; Carruagens de quatro rodas; Coches; Lisboa – Aldeia galega «aldea gallega»; Lisboa – Moita; Transporte de mercadorias;

Minas
Ardósia; Cascalho; Granito; Jaspe; Ouro; Pedra-íman; Pedreira; Pedreira [Arruda]; Pedreira [Estremoz]; Pedreira [Vila Real];

Moeda
Crusado Novo; Generalidades;

Muçulmanos
Aben-Bara; Abu Ali e os seus mouros; Cacém; Ismar, ou Ismail; Miramolim Aben Joseph; Piratas argelinos; Piratas mouros;

Mulheres
Beleza [Madeira]; Generalidades;

Música
Orgãos das Igrejas de Lisboa;

Obras mencionadas pelo autor
Autores referidos na obra;

Ópera
Generalidades;

Paisagem
Albufeira - Portimão; Alcácer do Sal - Porto d'El Rei; Alcoutim e San Lucar-de-Guadiana; Alfundão - Beja; Aljezur - Odeceixe; Aljustrel - Castro Verde; Amarante; Amarante - Guimarães; Arredores das Caldas da Rainha; Arredores de Alcácer do Sal; Arredores de Aljustrel; Arredores de Aveiro; Arredores de Elvas; Arredores de Faro; Arredores de Lagos; Arredores de Mértola;Arredores de Monchique; Arredores de Niza; Arredores de Queluz; Arredores de Sagres; Arredores de Santarém; Arredores de Santo André; Arredores de Setúbal; Arredores de Silves; Arredores de Tancos; Arredores de Tavira; Arredores de Torres Vedras; Arredores de “Vila del Rey”; Arredores de Vila Real; Arredores do Porto; Banhos de Monchique; Beja – Rio Corbes – Estalagem-Novo; Carrapateira – Aljezur; Castelo de Abrantes; Castro-Verde – Almodôvar; Coimbra e Arredores; Corte Figuera – Loulé; Dezoito braças; Estremoz – Elvas; Faro; Faro – Albufeira; Figueira dos Cavalheiros – Aljustrel; Golegã – Atalaia; Guimarães – Braga; Ladeira; Leiria – Pombal; Lisboa – Elvas; Margens do Rio Nabão; Margens do Tejo; Melides – Comporta; Mértola – Alcoutim; Moínho de água; Moínho de azeite; Moinhos de farinha; Moínhos de vento; Moita; Moita – Palmela; Monchique – Lagos; Monchique (termas) – Monchique; Montes de Almada «Heights of Almada»; Odeceixe – Vila Nova de Mil Fontes; vista do porto de Portimão; Palhosa – Quinta de D. Rodrigo; Palmela; Palmela – Setúbal; “Ponte de Almundego” [Pombal]; Ponte de Lima; Porches «Porxeus»; Portimão – Monchique; Porto Mugem – Santarém; Punhete – Abrantes; Quinta de D. Rodrigo – Alfundão; Rio Zêzere; Rio Zêzere «Villa del Rey»; Setúbal; Setúbal - Alcácer do Sal; Sintra; Tancos - Rio Zêzere; Tavira - Faro; Torres Vedras; Vila de Rei - Castelo Branco; Vila do Bispo - Carrapateira; Vila Real - Tavira;

População
de Albufeira; de Aljezur; de Aveiro; de Braga; de Elvas; de Estremoz; de Évora; de Faro; de Guimarães; de Lagos; de Montalvão; de Melides; de Monchique; de Niza; de Odeceixe; de Peniche; de Ponte de Lima; de Portimão; de Santiago do Cacém; de Santo André; de Silves; de Sintra; de Tavira; de Vila do Bispo; do Porto;

Portugueses
Generalidades;

Povoações
Abrantes; Agroal; Alafães; Albufeira «Albofeira»; Alcácer do Sal; Alcantarilha «Alcantarrilha»; Alcobaça; Alcoutim; Aldeia da Conceição; Aldeia do Papel; Aldeia do Rosário «Rozario»; A dos Cunhados - Os Cunhados; Aldeia galega «Aldea gallega»; Alenquer «Alemquier»; Alfundão «Alfundaõ»; Alhandra; Aljezur; Aljustrel; Almada; Almeida; Almodôvar; Alverca; Alvor ou Albor; Amarante; Amoreira; Arada; Arraiolos «Arrayolos»; Arruda; Aveiro ou Bragança-Nova; Azambujeira; Azambujeiro; «Balthar»; Barcelos; Barquinha «Berquinha»; Batalha; Beja; Belas; Belém; Braga; Bragança; Buarcos; Bucelas; “Cabeça-de-Monchique”; Caldas da Rainha; Elvas; Campo Maior; Cardigos; Carrapateira; Casais «Cazaes»; Casas Brancas «Cazas-brancas»; Cascais «Cascaes»; Castelo Branco «Castello-Branco»; Castelo de Vide «Castel-de-Vide»; Castro-Marim; Castro-Verde; Chamusca; Chaves; Coimbra; Colares «Collares» ou «Colhares»; Columbeira; Comporta; Condeixa; Corta Figueiras «Corta Figueras»; Corte Figuera; Cortiçada; Eriz; Estoi «Estoy»; Estômbar; Estremoz; Évora; Faro; Ferragudo «Feragudo»; Ferreira; Figueira «Figueras»; Figueira dos Cavalheiros; Figueiras; Fornos; Frigim; Fuzeta «Fuzetta»; Gavião; Golegã; Golegão; Grândola «Grondela»; Guimarães ou Guimaraens; Ladeira; Lagoa; Lagoa de Óbidos; Lagoa do Leite «Lagoa da Leite»; Lagos; Leiria; Loulé; Lourinhã «Lorinhã»; “Lush”; Mação «Maçam»; Macieira «Maciera»; Mafra; Mamarosa; Manhufe; Melides; Mértola; Mexilhoeira «Mixoluera»; “Moinhos-del-Rey”; Moita; Monchique; Montalvão; Monte Gordo; Monte-Gordo; Montemor-o-Novo «Monte-Mór-ó-Novo»; Montes Velhos; “Montesimaro”; Morteiro; Niza; Óbidos; Odeceixe «Odeseixe»; Olhão «Olião»; Ovar; Ourique; Palhaça; Palhosa; Palmela; Paredes; Pedras talhadas; Penafiel; Peniche; Pera Alta; Pera baixa; Perdigão; “Pernas”; Pidis; O Pomar Velho «O Pomar Velho»; Pombal; Pombeiro; “Ponte-de-Almundego” ou “Almenda”; “Ponte de Alveilla”; Ponte de Lima; Ponte Novo; Ponte Ferrada; Portalegre; Portela da cabra; Portimão «Villa-Nova-de-Portimaõ»; Porto d’el Rei «Porto del Rey»; Porto-Mugem; Punhete (Constância); Queluz; “Quinta-Burado”; Rabaçal; Ramalhal; Redinha; “Reguinco”; Ribeira de Safrines; “Rinholes”; Rio de Mouro «Rio Moro»; Rivolta; Roliça; Rumarigães; Sacavém; Sagres; Salgueira; Salgueiro; Salvaterra; Samel ou Venda; “San Domingo”; Santarém; Santiago do Cacém «Santiago-de-Cacem»; Santo André «San André»; Santo António do Tojal «San-Antonio-de-Tojal»; S. João da Pesqueira; S. Miguel; S. Paio; S. Pedro de Sintra; S. Pedro do Sul; Sarjento-Mór; Sarnadas; Sazeda; Setúbal; Silvem; Silves; Sines; Sintra; Sobral de Montagraço «Sobral-de-Monte-Agraço»; Sobreira-Formosa; Tancos; Tavira; O Terrão «O Terraõ»; Tomar «Thomar»; Torres Novas; Torres Vedras; Toulões; Tróia «Troya»; Ucanha; Valença; Valongo; Vendas-Novas; Vendas Novas; “Villa-Chilieros”; Vila de Rei; Vila de Segura; Vila do Bispo «Villa-do-Bispo»; Vila Franca «Villa-Franca»; “Villa-Mea”; “Vimieiro”; Vila Nova de Gaia; Vila-Nova-de-Mil-Fontes «Villa-Nova-de-Mil-Fontes»; Vila Real «Villa-Real»; Viseu; Vila Velha «Villa Velha»;

Profissões
Capitão-Mor «Capitao-Mór»; Capitão-Mor de Roliça; Cavaleiros templários; Corregedor «Corregidor»; Guias; Juíz de Fora; Juíz de Fora de Alcácer do Sal; “Provodor” [Monchique];

Religião
Cemitério de Faro; Convento da Cortiça [Sintra]; Conventode S. Domingos [Amarante]; Convento de S. Francisco [Montemor-o-Novo]; Convento do Cabo de S. Vicente; Convento Dominicano [Guimarães]; Diocese de Faro; Dízimo [Algarve]; Frades; Igreja de Santa Maria [Tavira]; Papa Paulo III; São Vicente;

Ruas
da Golegã; das Caldas da Rainha; de Abrantes; de Albufeira; de Aljustrel; de Amarante; de Aveiro; de Braga; de Castelo Branco; de Castro-Verde; de Coimbra; de Elvas; de Estremoz; de Faro; de Guimarães; de Lagos; de Leiria; de Melides; de Aljezur; de Mértola; de Monchique; de Óbidos; de Penafiel; de Peniche; de Ponte de Lima; de Portimão; de Punhete; de Santarém; de Santiago do Cacém; de Sintra; de Tavira; de Tomar; de Torres Vedras; de Valença; de Vila Franca; de Vila Real; do Gavião; do Porto;

Saúde
Beira Litoral; Febre intermitente; Febre tifóide [Silves]; Hospital; Hospital das Caldas da Rainha; Hospital de Faro; Hospital de Lagos; Hospital de Lagos; Lazareto [Porto]; Margens do Tejo e do Mondego;

Teatros
Representações teatrais – Palcos públicos; Teatro; Teatro da Rua do Salitre «Rua Salitre» e Teatro da Rua dos Condes «Rua Descondes»;

Termas
Banhos de Monchique; Termas das Caldas da Rainha;

Termos não traduzidos


Terramoto de 1755
Generalidades; Tremores de terra;

Vestuário
Traje da Golegã; Trajes regionais; da nobreza e comerciantes; da mulher; das criadas e mulheres de classes baixas; dos Postilhões;

Vinicultura
Vinhas; Vinho; Vinho branco de Bucelas; Vinho do Porto; Vinhos de Colares «Colhares»;

 

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